NEVADA CITY, CA.—Telestream will showcase its comprehensive portfolio of solutions for media companies across the content creation, distribution and archiving cycle at the show NAB Showfrom April 23 to 27, in Las Vegas.
“We look forward to meeting our customers and partners face-to-face again at NAB 2022 this year,” said Scott Murray, senior vice president of marketing at Telestream. “By focusing on the prosperity of our customers, we are bringing more products and services to NAB this year than at any time in our history.
For live and studio production, the company will highlight its latest software features for the PRISM waveform monitor. Telestream will introduce its new Inspect 2110 probe, updates to its QC software for on-premises, virtual and cloud-native workflows and new 12G-SDI and SMPTE ST 2110 interfaces for Lightspeed Live Capture. The Inspect 2110 + PRISM combination is an essential technical monitoring and troubleshooting solution for broadcast and production facilities, the company said.
For post-production professionals, Telestream will highlight the latest PRISM form factors, optimized for trucks and mail, as well as new ContentAgent server features, he said.
Also on display will be the Telestream Cloud suite of services for post, VOD and QC workflows, offering a pay-for-what-you-need pricing model and near unlimited scale. The company will promote its new cloud-native QC service Qualify, she said.
Telestream will showcase its Vantage Media Processing platform, now available on-premises, as a subscription, in a virtual environment or as a cloud service, to support transcoding and workflow automation requirements.
It will feature CardAgent as part of the Vantage workflow, as well as remote file viewing via GLIM with a new user interface and second-generation server. A new luminance scope for GLIM will also be previewed.
Stanza, a new browser-based captioning and subtitle editing solution and Telestream Cloud to support automated captioning workflows will be showcased. The latest versions of DIVA and Kumulate with a new disaster recovery and business continuity package will also be highlighted, Telestream said.
Telestream will showcase its significantly expanded monitoring capabilities for OTT headends where live content is acquired, transcoded and packaged as ABR and delivered to an origin server.
The company will also offer iQ Solutions with Zixi and SRT transport monitoring for streams to an OTT system. It will show extensive multi-DRM vendor integration with EZDRM, Irdeto, Synamedia and Verimatrix.
The iVMS-ASM management system has also been extended to provide high-level visibility into Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE) metrics through the correlation of all iQ probe data for complex video networks, he said.
See Telestream at the NAB Show booth C3007.
More information is available about the company website.